Members of the New Mexico Roadrunner Chapter of the Red Hat Society in Alamogordo, New Mexico took a day trip to Carrizozo, New Mexico to explore the "A Rose is a Rose is a Rose" display at the Malkerson 408 Gallery. There were various art forms depicting roses and it was quite interesting.
After touring the art gallery, we walked down the street to the Photography Studio which happens to be owned by the husband of the woman running the art gallery. The photography is stunning and they always have the latest photography contest winners pictures on display from the New Mexico Magazine.
Afterwards, we returned to Alamogordo to lunch at The Local. I was always taught not to say anything if you can't say something positive so I will leave it with this was a most unsatisfactory experience.
|Bobbie Tanner, she of the lovely smile|
|Two ex Air Force buddies visiting from Colorado asked one of the girls to take a picture with the Red Hatters|
|They reciprocated by taking our picture. L to R: Bobbie, Darla Shelley, Alice Evans, Jean Courtier, Margie Purcella, Carla Kerr, Gail Swineford and Trudy Reese (Lu must have been shopping!)|
|Bobbie with the photography burro. Carrizozo is known as the town of burros.|
|The building next to the art gallery had a burro on top|
|A shot of Malkerson 408 Gallery from the street|
|We are now back in Alamogordo at The Local for lunch|
|As you can see, my salad came in a to-go box! I was not a happy camper.|
This is all I have to say for now.